Under debugger m_bMouseWheel (which is global to the class) is always true.
The problem is maybe that OnSetCursor is not triggered during that time (one mousewheel).
The doc say that "The WM_SETCURSOR message is sent to a window if the mouse causes the cursor to move within a window" which is not the case when mousewheeling.
So I am thinking on SendMessage(WM_SETCURSOR, some "params") before entering Zoom function.
But actually I do not know what to use as "params".
Sorry, I am not sure what that has to do with your original question. If you want to zoom an image based on the mouse wheel then you just need to capture the mouse movement and call your zoom function with suitable parameter values.
I have a SDI project. I have created some dynamics ComboBoxes in my toolbar by ".Create" in my CMainFrame Class. My ComboBoxes are working properly in CMainFrame but I want to set some of my variables in CMyView class by void CMainFrame::OnSelchange_My_Dynamics_Combo_1(). I did my best but I was not successful to send/set data to/at CMyView class.
I am beginner in MFC, Please guide me.
I meant: I have some public variables in CMyView class.These variables must be updated from INSIDE the CMyMainFrame class. How can I get access from CMyMainFrame to public variables in CMyView class?
In fact,how can I update public variables I have in CMyView class from CMyMainFrame class?
I did it,Because it seemed very easy, but then I get CDocument ERROR!
After adding #include "CMyView.h" into CMyMainFrame, I get CDocument ERROR!
I searched a lot on the internet, all say use GetActiveView() but it does not work!
You're index is going out of bounds on the st variable 'st[i]', when i is equal to l.
Also, having nested for loops with the same index variable name is tough to read.
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there are still charactes in the input buffer, hence, the next call to getline gets them.
A commont way to deal with this issue is using cin.ignore (see, for instance What is the use of cin.ignore() in C++?[^]).
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